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the senkaku islands. china and some asean countries also have competing claims to areas in the south china sea. participants at the meeting say china's delegate insisted that it wants to resolve the territorial issues peacefully. he said china places high importance on discussions with asean countries. china seems to be trying to avoid adding to concern about its behavior among its neighbors. >>> the u.s. military is strengthening its presence in the asia pacific region. it has announced that it's going to deploy two carrier strike groups to western pacific. this comes as the chinese navy increases its advance into the east china sea, the south china sea, and the pacific ocean. so what's behind the u.s. decision? we'll have analysis by our military affairs expert. but before that, let's look at the current situation in the region. the strike groups will include two nuclear-powered aircraft carriers. the "u.s. washington" is near yoke sucha and the "uss john c. stennis" is on the west coast. they have the aegis air defense system. the u.s. fleet says the two strike groups will provide a combat-
increases its advance into the east china sea, the south china sea and the pacific ocean. so what's behind the u.s. decision? we'll have an analysis by our military affairs expert, but before that, let's look at the current situation in the region. the strike groups will include two nuclear-powered aircraft carriers, the "uss george washington" is currently based in yoke sucha near tokyo, while the "uss john c. stennis" is based on the west coast. the two strike group include vessels equipped with the 'gis air defense system. the u.s. fleet says the two strike groups will provide a combat-ready force to protect and defend the collective maritime interests of the united states and its allies in the asia pacific region. the u.s. also plans to deploy new f-35 stealth fighter jets in the region. the f-35 is now in its final stage of development. it has an advanced network system to connect the aircraft with ground-based radar and aegis vessels which can provide integrated information to the pilots. >>> earlier i spoke to nhk world's senior commentator hisashi tsuya. so, hisashi, is it unusual
to the international community for a peaceful and legal resolution to the south china sea issue. china wasn't mentioned by name in their speeches to the u.n. general assembly. even so, both countries were clearly calling for support as they resist the spreading influence of asia's rising power. philippine secretary of foreign affairs albert dell rosario usualed countries involved to quickly agree on a legally binding code of conduct to ease tensions. >> to address this challenge and to arrive at a durable resolution, we must rely on the rule of law and not the force of arms. we must rely on the body of rules that state the dispute must be resolved peacefully. >> vietnam's deputy minister of foreign affairs resisted china's demands that the disputes be resolved through bilateral negotiations. he called on asean countries to work together. >> we should recognize the increasingly important role of negotiations. asean continues to play a central role in the regional architecture and promotes peace, stability, and security in the region including the south china sea. >> an important asean meeting in july br
appealed to the international community for a peaceful and legal resolution to the south china sea issue. china wasn't mentioned by name in their speeches to the u.n. general assembly. even so, both countries were clearly calling for support as they resist thepreading influence of asia's rising power. the secretary of foreign affairs rosario urged the countries to quickly agree on a legally binding code of conduct to ease tensions. >> to address this challenge and arrive at a resolution, we must rely on the rule of law and not the force of arms. we must rely on the body of rules that state that disputes must be resolved peacefully. >> vietnam's deputy minister of foreign affairs resisted china's demands that the disputes be resolved through bilateral negotiations and called on the countries to work together. >> we should recognize the increasingly important role of reaching the organizations. in east asia the association of southeast asian nations asan continues to play a central role in the regional architecture and promotes peace, stability, and security in the region. including the se
. the philippines is one of several countries competing with china for sovereignty of islands in the south china sea. the drills will expose philippines marines to the skills and practices of their more experienced colleagues from the u.s. navy. >> reporter: we're here at the krill valley. the site for regular bilateral trainings for philippines and u.s. marines for readiness. 11 days of joint exercises began monday. a total of 3,800 troops are taking part in the 29th drill of its kind. that's 400 more personnel each from the u.s. and the philippines compared with the previous exercise. the opening ceremony took place at the location of a former u.s. navy base facing the south china sea. the united states used the occasion to send a message to any powers trying to expand influence across the region. >> world war ii, our nations fought side by side and today we remain side by side as we face common threats. >> reporter: the philippines and china are engaging territorial disputes over the spratly islands and off luzon island in the south china sea. chinese patrol boats continue to operate near the sho
over the south china sea. it's at the moment packing winds of 72 kilometers an hour. the gusts over 100 kilometers an hour. it looks like it's going to be causing some trouble for the islands as a severe tropical storm before swerving up toward eastern japan where it could come close to the eastern coast later in the week as a strong typhoon. another major system to deal with here. let's go now to the south china sea. the tropical storm doesn't have such a decided path at the moment. it's going to be almost stationary. it's going to be gaining strength over the next several days. we'll see increasing sea swells and high waves. here in the northern philippines we're going to be seeing enhanced rainfall. this kind of system really enhances that rainfall. in towards southern china we see heavier rain as well. you could see also some locally heavy rain into tuesday too. temperatures are fairly seasonal. we're looking around the mid-20s in tokyo, seoul and beijing. let's go now to the americas. more severe storms hitting the southeast today. it's the same storm system that has just moved a b
the economic growth which they believe is essential. we observed that the south china sea is a potential source of energy supplies for china and that there is a contention among the nations in that region as to where the ownership and rights of access are to the south china sea. and this is conceivable that china might seek to reestablish its claim there by military coercion and that could lead them into a confrontation with the united states' desire to maintain free access. the best way of avoiding that military conflict is what we should see because the military conflict with china would be catastrophic for both nations, indeed for the whole region. so, we want to avoid that. i believe the best way of avoiding that is by maintaining a -- continuing to maintain a strong naval presence in the region, and by having an unambiguous commitment to doing that. i believe that our new national security strategy is that unambiguous commitment, and i believe that the u.s. navy is capable of maintaining that unambiguous military strength. as we sit here this morning aboard the uss macon island, in san fra
the three-day meeting. the south china sea dispute wasn't on the official agenda for day one, but asean diplomatic sources say vietnam used the forum to call on the countries concerned to show restraint and cooperate to find a peaceful resolution. vietnam avoided mentioning the country by name, but its criticisms were clearly directed at china. >>> and we're going to wrap up our bulletin from bangkok. >>> a japanese film director returned from the prestigious japanese international film festival with an award in hand. he directed "the land of hope" that was inspired by the nuclear disaster in fukushima. in pregnant woman is too afraid to take off protective clothing. >> i've made my film extremely dramatic. i have made my es sense of the whole thing, i have tried to express it briefly and emphatically. some have visited again and again to hear from survivors. this area was once a disastrous zone. this is a 70-year-old resident of fukushima. her house is 150 feet from the plant. a line was suddenly drawn through her land. she and her children evacuated their home. >> translator: i was sh
in the south china sea. they agree to continue talks to establish a declaration of conduct with their will to resolve the issue peacefully. countries have been asking china to agree to a legal biding code of conduct governing behavior in the disputed region. they have failed to reach substantial progress over the issue. china has been reluctant to establish a code of conduct despite the urging of the united states. the focus is now on bl the relevant countries will bridge their differencest a series of summits nex month. >>> spokespe are no plans for direct talks with japan's leaders. relations between the countries have soured. china and taiwan also claim the islands. if summit is scheduled to open next monday. japaneserimeinisr i alady considering attending. there's fo plano plans for the s to meet. >> translator: japan should immediately correct i wants mistakes. make an effort to remove obstacles to improving relations. >> observers say that chinese government sees the summit as a chance to protetstance to the international community. mpb >>> buddhists are fighting a mu
the south china sea. 3800 personnel are taking part in this year's exercises. that's 800 more than last year. a philippine know military suggest they reflect the numbers growing in the region. u the philippines is engaged in disputes with china. chinese patrol boats are preventing philippine fishing boats from approaching. u.s. leaders have expressed concern that china is expanding its activities in the region. >>> australian prime minister has urged japan to sign a free trade agreement with her country as soon as possible. she says no other fta will be more logical. he spoke at a reception in sydney. >> japan is a critically important economic partner for austr australia and will remain so in the future but in a dynamic and changing region it's time to take the next step. it's time to seal the deal on the free trade agreement. >> she also referred to regional security issues. she said they must work together to balance rising asian powers. she wants to use the g-20 summit and the asia pacific cooperation forum to work with japan on security issues. >>> japan imports more than 50% of its nic
in the south china sea or its sovereignty interests in the east china sea with japan. interestingly enough, you can also apply new domains, cyberspace missions. so if you look at the how the pla may be taking on some of these historic missions, you can see them in some of the things the pla's been doing over the last few years. the third historic mission has to do with providing powerful strategic support for national development. that might mean protecting the national interests far and abroad from china itself, so being able to protect chinese citizens in countries like africa, so the counterpiracy mission that we saw at the end of 2008 could be a reflection of that mission. and then finally, the last historic mission is to play an important role in safeguarding world peace. sounds like a lot of fluff, but the reality is what's been going on over the last decade, actually longer, being involved in military diplomacy, sending out a hospital ship to do medical diplomacy. so although i'm reluctant to always take at face value things that the chinese commune party puts out -- communist party puts
or rebalancing people are looking at all of the chinese naval activities and south china sea and the east china sea and what we say to them? >> stanley you have hit it on the head. overall, i think the reaction has been positive among old friends and new friends, but there are two questions that come up. the one i addressed specifically today is are you going to do this or not, are you going to walk the walk or just talk the talk? i told you why we are going to walk the walk and if you don't believe it just watch the steps. that's all i can say on that one. on the issue of containing china again you have to watch what happens and i will say the chinese friends that have that concern many understand the point and the logic. to those that have concerns i would say the same thing. watch the steps. the steps we want to take are ones that are cooperative and reaching out. we are trying to do more with the chinese military and make the chinese military part of the security next. but we are the essentials part of but not the only part of that which has kept a good thing going for 70 years in that part
close eye on this one for you. also another storm developing over the south china sea. it is likely to become a tropical storm in the next 24/48, and it's not going to be affecting the landmasses directly, but indirectly it will be enhancing the southwestern monsoonal flow and heavy downpours will be seen across much of the area as well as south vietnam and also in much of the indochina peninsula. temperatures still in the mid-30s in the tropics, but finally down to 25 in tokyo. and ulaanbaatar looking at 11 degrees. for your overnight hours. moving over to the european continent, we first start off with this hurricane. this is nadine. we've been talking about nadine for a couple weeks now actually. it will be moving towards the azores and will be downgrading as it does so, which is good news, but still winds are 120 kilometers per hour, so do watch out for those rip currents even now and do stay away from those coastal areas if possible. towards the northern continent of europe, isobars are really close to each other, so you can tell it's going to be a gusty day for you in the next
in the south china sea, it's been hovering for the last several days but it now looks like it is going to be moving in a slightly more decided path. we expect landfall on friday local time in southern vietnam, southern to central vietnam. at the moment it is moving slowly but it is expected to intensify as it heads toward vietnam and for the time being it is really helping to enhance the southwest monsoon across surrounding areas, particularly the philippines. luzon's been having some particularly heavy rain over the last couple of days. we're seeing some showers also in southwestern portions of china and another small low is bringing showers to northeastern china and in towards southeastern russia. temperaturewise cooling down to the north, just 12 degrees for ulan bator. mid 20s in beijing, seoul, as well as shanghai. tokyo 27. still seeing the 30s down into the tropics. heading now to the americas, thunderstorms are going to be on the cards today for the southeastern coast of the u.s. up in towards new england, heavy rain and some strong winds are possible here as well. then we have
coast of luzon island facing the south china sea. 3,800 personnel are taking part in this year's exercises. that's 800 more than last year. a filipino military leader suggested the numbers reflect a growing security threat in the region. >> and i'm confident that they shall result in the partnership that is enduring that we shall be prepared to face the present and emerging maritime challenges in this part of the region. >> the philippines is engaged in territorial disputes with china over the islands. chinese patrol boats are preventing philippine boats from reaching the shore. >>> australian prime minister hatz urged japan to sign a trade agreement. gillard spoke in sydney to support the anniversary of the japan/australia business conference. >> japan is a critically important economic partner for australia and will remain so in the future. but in a dynamic and changing region, it's time to take the next step. it's time to seal the deal on the free trade agreement. >> gillar did said australia and japan must work together. she says she wants to use the g20 summit and the asia
sits right at the tip of the peninsula of malaysia. it's kind of in between the south china sea as well as the indian ocean. a lot of ships that want to go from the pacific ocean to the indian ocean, they all have to come down through singapore and then cross over the other... to the other side. in that sense, its location is favorable. but it also has a natural harbor with nice deep water, and that has facilitated its port activities. narrator: the port is closely integrated with singapore's changi airport, asia's second-busiest. here, freight is exchanged between air and sea. but for such a busy place, singapore is quite small-- just about 400 square miles, only about a quarter the size of rhode island. more than four million people are packed into this tiny island state. 76% are ethnic chinese, 14% are malay and about eight percent are indian. ( indianusic playing ) singapore has a long tradition as a base for foreign traders. its can be seenr history in the architectural reminders of its days as a british colony. that tradition continues with singapore serving as a popular location
to the south china sea. temperatures shape up like this. shanghai with a high of 22, seoul at 15, ulaanbaatar only 9 on your tuesday. overnight hours it will get down well below freezing as well. over towards the americas, also seeing some cold temperatures into the rockies. we have a low-pressure area popping some moisture onshore here. it's going to bring some snow showers up to 37 meters high in some of the higher elevations accompanied by 80-mile-per-hour wis. you see the lines here. even some thunderstorm activity into the western great lakes, around chicago. none of these are going to become severe, but you want to watch out for a flash of lightning or two across this area. temperatures on decent side across much of the southeast, oklahoma city at 27, winnipeg, the gold spot on the map, only 8 on your monday. now over towards europe, we are seeing some rain showers across italy over towards greece. these are not going to be too severe. really the main thing across much of europe here is sunny skies in central europe. some fog is going to be expected there across the uk, but really nothi
continues to track off towards the northwest. once it re-emerges into the south china sea it could intensify to a severe tropical storm before moving off towards vietnam. definitely still want to watch it there as it could bring some heavy rainfall and gusty winds for you in the coming days. so still have plenty of time to watch that. now, across the rest of asia, chain yeah, korea, fair weather is in place today. high pressure dominating much of the region. we do have this low pressure area pushing out of northeastern china. could see some brief rain showers over there. but for the most part, much of japan seeing this autumn weather. i want to show you a video coming out north of tokyo, one of the better weather scenarios here. the autumn leaves are starting to change colors. combineded with the rather warm and above temperatures, we have been seeing thus far, visit fors enjoyed the contrast of the red foliage of the blue sky. it's also in japan where deer fall in love. this is why the deer and the color of the leaves express the real feelings of japan and the fall season out here. manilla
and move over the south china sea into a severe tropical storm and then may make the second landfall in vietnam on saturday. heavy rain is going to target the northern half of the philippines. as much as 150 millimeters of rain or more is likely for a wide area will locally 200 or more. so watch out for flooding as well as landslides here. out towards the west, heavy rain is also pounding parts of the southern parts of thailand, because another disturbance right here. thunderstorms and rough seas will be a concern through the the day here and up towards the north, dry weather across the korean peninsula and much of japan. but a storm system is moving into the northern half the country today. temperatures are dropping out of the 20s tokyo. 19 degrees. meanwhile, warming up to 20 in seoul today. here's your extended forecast. >> and that wraps up this edition of "newsline." i'm catherine kobayashi in tokyo. thanks for joining us.
's talk what is happening in the south china sea. we have a tropical storm. so it has weakened off a little bit from severe tropical storm status. looks like it will be heading into vietnam. making landfall here, saturday, local time. it will pick up the pace. also intensity a little bit before doing so. reaching these warmer walte eer. for the time being close to the philippines. helping enhance the rainfall across luzon, southwesterly, monsoon rains we see this team of the year. having a system like this close by really helps to exacerbate that problem. heavy rain at the moment. focusing on the philippines. we'll watch the system as the it heads on east into indochina. now to the america's. looking high, dry across much of mexico as well as the the u.s., western canada. but there are thunderstorms in the cards for you today. along the atlantic coast. from florida up into new england. the heaviest of the rain, stronger wind will be found actually up towards the northeast. then we have a winter storm system which is push pushing its way along the u.s./canada border at the moment. t
, which doesn't hatch quite as much of a decided path. sitting here in the south china sea. moving very slowly at the movement. it isn't like low ly to take of anywhere right now. this one almost stationary the next couple days. also intensifying at the same time. becoming a severe tropical storm by friday. it is giving us winds of 65 kilometers an hour. gusts up to 90 kilometers an hour. impacting surrounding areas with certainly sea swells and high waves as well as enhancing the southwest monsoon. now, northern parts of the philippines, luzon, feeling direct impact. outer band of the storm are, are bringing rainfall here. we have had a course of 50 millimeters in the last 24 hours. and as the system just sits and intensifies, in pretty much the same aira area it will risk landslides as the rain continuously comes down over the same regions. we are going to head toward the americas now. still very high and dry across much of northern mexico. western, central parts of the u.s. that comes with the -- the warning in fact, though, for fire weather, across, the northern and central plains.
into the philippines, and another tropical system is now moving over the south china sea. this is tropical system, expected to become a severe tropical storm within the next 24 hours. may make the second landfall in vietnam, some time between saturday afternoon into your sunday morning, local time. heavy rain, of up to 100 millimeters is likely, from tonight into saturday night. and more heavy rain, will be coming down in central and northern vietnam, over the weekend. as for the philippines, the stormiest conditions have, have been over. but heavy rain is continuing, as much as 150 millimeters or more likely in the upper part of the philippines including manila over the next 72 hours or so. as for the rest of the -- the east asia, rain is intensifying over the river valley that is going to be spreading into the korean peninsula as well as japan into the weekend. all right. finally let's go to europe. the main story is going to be a big temperature contrast between the north and the south. and anywhere to the north of the front, very chilly. look at this. only 7 degrees expected in berlin. and, 5
through the land, before heading out to sea by friday morning. local time. as it moves over the south china sea it could intensify into a severe tropical storm and may make the second landfall in vietnam or hunan on the weekend. heavy rain is already occurring, more heavy rain is coming down. we anticipate more than 150 millimeters of trun fall over a wade area including manila with 200 millimeters or more. flooding and landslide will be an ongoing issue for the next couple of days here. up toward the north, things are quite different. of a belt of high pressure located over japan, korean peninsula. much of china bringing nice, balmy day. but the exception is going to be inland china. snow showers are intensifying here. some of the rain is going to be spreading over the area on your thursday. as for japan, heavy rain will be on the course. of course the northern half of the country, from thursday night. all right, moving into the americas, we can see a swirling cloud over the caribbean sea. this is tropical storm sandy. moving at a slow pace toward the north. it will likely become a h
of the philippines. it looks like it will become a severe tropical storm as the it moves over the south china sea and may make the second landfallen vietnam, on saturday. stormiest conditions are easing in the philippines. but we are anticipating 150 millimeters or more over the next 72 hours. mudslides. landslide. as well as the flooding will be a great risk here. and you will notice that heavy rain will be -- will be moving into parts of the, vietnam as well as we head into the weekend. this is not because of a tropical storm, but a low pressure system has dumped quite heavy rain across the black sea region. we have some footage coming out of turkey. the floodwaters, caused injuries and damaged cars and houses, seriously. the same system caused the flash floods in the southeastern tip of the balkans monday, claiming the lives of three. conditions are improving in the locations. but parts of eastern and southern turkey will remain unsettled the next couple days. some where else dealing with heavy rain. southern italy. the good news, rain will be dissipating over the next several hours. out towar
of that is chinese behavior in the last few years in the south china sea. where they kept pushing and pulling, and some extent they still are. but when the administration and i give hillary clinton a heck of a lot of credit for this, when she basically got up at the conference and made it clear that this is going a little bit too far, they backed off. again, in 1996 when carriers were sent to the taiwan strait, they backed off. the chinese will push if they think they can push. they're not the only country in the world that operates that way. but if we, you know, we take that kind of strong action, i honestly would be shocked, and they don't mean it in the casablanca sense of shocked, shocked. i mean literally shocked come if the chinese were stupid enough to try to make a military issue out of it. >> so if i could just add. i think, you know, this administration, has pursued trade actions against china, you know, twice as many as its predecessor. and there's no question that this president has been tough when he's needed to be tough with china on pushing them on unfair practices. we've also
statement in hanoi in july of 2010 highlighting the u.s. principles governing the south china seas. >> any senior official speaking out and outlining our policy in that robust fashion. she laid out the key principles including adherence to the u.n. convention and all claims that it had to be based on legitimate land-based claims. the importance of the freedom of commerce and the importance of peaceful resolution of claims and the importance of negotiation of the code of conduct. the point secretary clinton was making is that we need an approach of principle rather than approach of taking sides. we do have allies and countries we cannot wish to see bullied and if these principles are followed that will be the outcome a steady policy in which we don't take sides but we assert these principles very vigorously and forcefully i think it would be good if the u.s. ratified the u.n. conventional law of the sea. all former secretaries of state have proposed that to read the business community strongly supports it and the u.s. navy strongly supports it. governor romney's's position as best i can tel
with china over the south china sea. it is about clever balancing and in any case the u.s. has so much shale oil deposits in texas, louisiana and other places i could name which is about geography that we are going to be because of energy reserves going to be a significant power for decades to come in any case so now is the time to try to get allies and like-minded others to do more. >> this book has on the cover blurb from henry kissinger. this is obviously a set of arguments to consider very seriously. let's go to the audience for questions. keep your questions free and identify yourself. yes? >> hello. i am from the world of politics and wanted to ask you about russia because the argument that you present about russia and security has been essentially used, the argument has been employed to justify pretty much any and all expansion from moscow and the soviet period. what about the interests of the country's around russia that are impacted by this alleged russian need for security? >> this russian need for insecurity goes back centuries but vladimir putin is not trying to recreate the wars
in the south and east china seas have had periodic incidents in diplomatic skirmishes over complex claims, claims about which washington takes no position as to sovereignty. how does your candidate to find american interest these disputes and is your candidate concerned that these disputes could rotten american interests? to the u.s.-led in the evenhanded role when one party to a conflict is sometimes a u.s. ally to which we have security commitment? >> i think the current position of the united states government and islamist sustained of her previous administrations over all of the romney and mr. nation is on most of these issues, where there is conflict in claims, the united states government takes no position as to the resolution of the disputes, although we do insist her hope the resolution will be achieved through peaceful means. there are small but important exceptions regarding the principle, that the question of its inclusion in the u.s.-japan treaty, defense treaty. u.s. interests are deeply engaged by these disputes and potential conflicts. i think they are heating up for a vari
around the world in part by making these claims in the south china sea, and so forth. i'd be interested in hearing how the-- each one of these candidates would deal with a china noose a transition we haven't seen before. that may be harder. >> i add, going back to-- to-- to romney and his aide aides and his sometimes tough foreign policy standing, it seems to me in part, these debates have so raised governor romney's standing with a lot of people, with independents. his numbers with women have gone up. my feeling has been fair very long time, people like to pick as president to the extent they can the guy or woman who says, you can be safe with me. if romney feels he has to show how strong he is and aggressive, that is a little bit at odds with you want to know something, i'm calm, i'm cool, i understand the world and i'm a pair of safe hands. i'm not looking for trouble we don't have to have or that we don't have to bring. maybe we'll see him work out that tension, indeed, it is a tension tomorrow. >> schieffer: one thing we have not talked about is turnout in this early vote. is turno
china sea, very well could redevelop so, a dangerous storm indeed. manila, a high of 29, shanghai, 24. talking about that fairer weather, seeing cooler temperatures in tokyo, as well, on your wednesday, only up there at 20. now over towards the americas, first i want to start off by talking about our newest tropical storm. tropical storm sandy is slowly moving off here towards the north only at 6 kilometers per hour, already some tropical storm warnings issued for jamaica, watches in effect across the western portions of haiti. really going to watch out with this one. it's also the heavy rains. landslides are going to be very -- probability here, very likely, especially into haiti. this is a very high risk for it. you can see over 200 milliliters of raino jamaica, so flooding, as well, could be seen not just off there towards cuba, so a very dangerous storm, indeed. if you have travel plans out of the caribbean, wap out for this one. it could very well disrupt it as it track off into the bahamas and eventually off toward the north. back off towards the mainland here, though, we are co
stakes forward in the south china sea. >> yeah. china's been proliferating nuclear weapons technology to iran. it has been iran's primary backer in terms of its economy and, of course, beijing supports iran in the u.n. security council and the governing board of the international atomic energy agency. you know, in a sense we have more of a china problem than we have an iran problem because china is really what makes the atomic ayatollahs dangerous. lou: all right. gentlemen, i'm going to have to cut it short. i appreciate it. we're running up on time but thank you both. come back soon, both of you, and continue this conversation. gordon chang, thank you so much. walid phares, thank you, sir. and please take a minute to log on to lou dobbs tonight's facebook page to vote on our poll. the question is who do you think will win monday night's final debate. go to facebook.com/lou dobbs tonight. cast your vote, we'll have the results here later in the broadcast. >>> up next, two disgraced former new york politician and a favorite angry liberal squaring off in a new poll. the winner? oh, we'
in the pacific. the uss george washington, it cruised through the disputed south china sea. that region, a source of tension as china tried to claim resource rich islands which are claimed by the countries of vietnam and the phillipines. our navy has stepped up patrols. right now, a fresh demand for answers in a scandal that rocked a certain government agency. we are learning who is facing the heat now over what secret service agents did in a presidential trip in columbia. >>> and this law professor said she was passed over a career advancement because of conservative beliefs. she sued her employer. we are waiting for a court decision . so what role does the personal belief system or politics have in the work place? we report and you decide. >>> bottom line, my client because she is a stanch conservative republican couldn't get a job with the university of iowa college. the faculty totally liberal discussed her politics on the day of the vote. [ male announcer ] there are only so many foods that make kids happy. and even fewer that make moms happy too. with wholesome noodles and bite sized chicke
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